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ultrasonic cavitation;cavitation structure;rod-shaped structure;y-branch structure;smoker structure

How Does Cavitation Cloud Transform Macroscopically?[Mar 16, 2018]

After investigating the cavitation structures in a thin liquid layer experimentally, BAI Lixin and his colleagues from the Institute of Acoustics discovered that cavitation structure successively experienced several stages with the change of the thickness of the thin liquid layer, such as spotted structure, disc-shaped structure, rod-shaped structure, and smoker structure.


Large-scale Climatic Warming Could Increase Persistent Haze in Beijing[Mar 15, 2018]

A recent study demonstrated a significant positive trend of persistent haze events in Beijing for the winters from 1980 to 2016 and its close relationship to an increasing frequency of extreme anomalous southerly episodes in North China, as a result of a weakened East Asian winter monsoon system.

Au Dimer;sensor;dynamical;sensing application;colorimetric sensor

ISSP Researchers Achieve the Dynamically Tuning Plasmonic Coupling of Au Dimers for Colorimetric Sensing Applications[Mar 15, 2018]

Recently, Prof. LI Yue from Institute of Solid State Physics (ISSP), Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, made a new progress in the dynamically tuning of the interparticle gap of Au dimers used for colorimetric sensing applications.

Ni;nanocrystallines;ultrafine;methanol oxidation

Researchers Find Ways to Synthesis Pure Ni nanocrystallines on Reduced Graphene[Mar 15, 2018]

Researchers in Lab of Laser Fabrication in Liquids, Institute of Solid State Physics, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science reported their research results on preparing pure Ni nanocrystallines-reduced graphene (Ni/rGO) with excellent activity toward methanol oxidation in Chemical Communications (Chem. Commun., 2018, 54, 1563-1566).

Gentianopsis;selfing;floral traits;timing;correlation

How does Selfing Timing Correlate with Floral Traits in Three Gentianopsis Species?[Mar 15, 2018]

Researchers from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences conducted a study to compare variations in the timing of autonomous selfing of Gentianopsis. They aimed to examine how the selfing timing correlated with floral traits in three Gentianopsis species in which autonomous selfing is achieved through filament elongation.

prefrontal cortex;PFC;human brain

Scientists Draw the Developmental Landscape of Human Prefrontal Cortex by Single-cell RNAseq[Mar 15, 2018]

The prefrontal cortex (PFC) is the cerebral cortex which covers the front part of the frontal lobe in mammalian brain anatomy and has increased six-fold throughout human evolution. The researchers from the Institute of Biophysics of Chinese Academy of Sciences and collaborators applied single-cell transcriptional profiling to identify cell types in the developing human PFC and distinguished their developmental features.


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